Live Berlin

Berlin. Fuelled by its significant past, the mix of historic sites and modern culture is evident around every corner. A city combined, Berlin bridges the gap between new and old. The Eastern Bloc architecture contrasts to your average European city, embracing it’s regeneration after the war. The freshness of freedom is apparent in its acceptance, […]

Berlin. Fuelled by its significant past, the mix of historic sites and modern culture is evident around every corner. A city combined, Berlin bridges the gap between new and old. The Eastern Bloc architecture contrasts to your average European city, embracing it’s regeneration after the war. The freshness of freedom is apparent in its acceptance, but its heritage is not left forgotten.

Museums are in abundance, from the sober and informative Topography of Terror to some of the most interactive, such as the DDR Museum. You can take a tour of the city by bike, bus or walking tour (some are even free.) Not only that, there are galleries to relish at and historic sites by the streetful. Or, if you are not the ‘museum-type’ fear not. There are plenty of other entertainment options, including the many bars and clubs, or even the up-andcoming escape rooms. General areas and day-trips outside Berlin have also been covered in this guide, giving you insider info to ensure you make the most of your trip and choose the places you want to go.

The beauty of Berlin is that it is unlike your average city. Green spaces are everywhere, from parks and outdoor cinemas to beer gardens and lakes, and it doesn’t end there. Shopping malls and vintage shops, flea markets and of course the Ampelmann shop cannot be missed. Then there’s the food. Now Germany may not be best known for its food but these reviews sure do cover enough cafes, bakeries, restaurants and food markets to keep even the best foodie satisfied.

Divided up by activity, this guide will take you through the musts (and must nots) of Berlin, all with handy tips along the way. There’s even a convenient phrases section to ensure you know the basics and don’t look like a fool on arrival. The features section will help you scrub up on your history and get to know the transport system before you even get there, not to mention the secrets you only hear from those who have truly lived Berlin. The aim of this guide is to help you pick and choose from the many attractions Berlin has to offer, and recommend some of the lesser known sites as well. Whether you’re here for a day, a week or a month, we want to make sure you get the best experience possible, don’t get stuck on the ring route S-Bahn at peak time, and taste as many pastries as possible.

Our must-sees include the expansive Tiergarten, the Checkpoint Charlie Museum and Sachsenhausen. There is something for everyone with this honest, step-by-step, studentorientated guide. So what are you waiting for? Grab yourself a currywurst and live Berlin.

by Beth Gray, Team CTR Berlin

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